There is a quote I once read that said…
“Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life”
A New Year means new resolutions, goals, memories, trials, successes, failures and much much more. Many people have even given up on the idea of making New Years Resolutions. Although, I’m pretty guilty of doing the same thing…I decided to try something new this year.
Setting goals is an important part of life. Goals help us reach our potential, try new things, and even discover new talents. The greatest feeling is being able to say that you accomplished a goal that you set.
So for the year of 2018, I decided to veer from that long list of New Years Resolutions and try something a little different. It’s still a way to set goals, however, it’s more of a plan of where you want to be by the end of 2018. This makes it more realistic, and easier to actually accomplish.
A Bad Habit I’m Going to Break: nail-biting.
A New Skill I’d Like to Learn: effective budgeting.
A Person I Hope to be More Like: my mother…always.
A Good Deed I’m Going to Do: monthly community service.
A Place I’d Like to Visit: Vail, Colorado.
A Book I’d Like to Read: “The Magnolia Story” by Chip and Joana Gaines.
A Letter I’m Going to Write: a “thank you” letter to the person who inspired me the most in 2018.
A New Food I’m Going to Try: burgers and pizza with more than just cheese.
I’m Going to do Better At: growing up
Just take 5-10 minutes out of your day to fill in your answers to these questions.
Make 2018 YOUR year.